Dead Zone 6 Seasons 2007

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Season 6
(55) IMDb 6.9/10
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Johnny is struck by visions of friends in danger, but is unable to prevent a shocking tragedy that will change his life forever.

Starring:
Anthony Michael Hall, Nicole de Boer
Runtime:
42 minutes
Original air date:
June 18, 2007

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Season 6

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Genres Science Fiction, Fantasy, Drama, Mystery
Director James Head
Starring Anthony Michael Hall, Nicole de Boer
Supporting actors Chris Bruno, John L. Adams, Connor Price, Sean Patrick Flanery, David Ogden Stiers, Martin Donovan, Nancy Helms, Bobby Brown, Patrick Kerton, Nancy-Ann Michaud, Héléna Laliberté, Naomi Frenette, Jason Cavalier, Kevin Woodhouse, Jonathan Bosco, Jean Ricardo Vixama, Bobby Brown
Season year 2007
Network USA Network
Executive Producer Stefani N. Deoul
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By M. Bedernik on June 19, 2008
Format: DVD
I enjoyed this show from the first season, and I'm sad it's over. I gave it three stars though, because it probably is a little weaker compared to the other seasons, and I agree with other reviewers that there were things left open-ended... you'd hope for another season.

I suppose I should place a spoiler alert warning here... First, although I was slightly bummed there was a different actor playing J.J., I really liked this kid. In all honesty, I think he was better than the original, had more personality. The whole thing with Stilson not being wrapped up didn't bother me.

I was sad to see Walt go, because I grew to like him, but I liked the irony of Sarah now giving birth to Walt's kid, and John being left behind to take care of them. The thing I disliked the most was how John and Sarah ended up. All this time passed, now they finally have a chance to be a real family, and I think the two characters never got the finale they deserved after so many years. For those of you who watched it, Sarah's issue with the lie John told her was ridiculous to me.

I liked the end scene in that it was hopeful, but I would have preferred to see them finally married off... at least J.J. finally accepted him as "Dad."
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Kelby J. Walker on May 16, 2008
Format: DVD
I've been a long time fan of this show and I have to admit that it was loosing some steam, but I dont think the network have that many good shows that was worth canceling this one. I always enjoyed the episodes that pushed the Stillson story line (this is with all the seasons), so I'm most upset that the show was canceled prior to tying that up. There are a few gems on this set, I only hope that they give us some good special features to make up for our lost. I hate when shows like this are not given the respect of a proper ending. Sad.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Danielle R. Moss-lee on June 2, 2008
Format: DVD
This show was multidimensional and amazing. I didn't start watching until the second to last season. I didn't really get where they were going until I saw it for myself. I think alot more people would have watched from the beginning with better promotion - I couldn't see what it was with those Monk and John commercials. But I agree with the previous reviewer that USA network showed a lack of respect for the cast, crew and fans by now allowing them to tie up the loose ends. The only reason you can't really give this five stars is because so many questions were left unanswered. I don't want to give too much away in the review but as always I think it's worth watching.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By David E. Gunn on September 16, 2008
Format: DVD
I really love this show but I don't know what happened with the last season. The first few episodes were alright but after that the whole season lacked substance. The last episode wasn't even a good conclusion to the series. The writers should have tryed a little harder to end the series well. Every other season was better than this one.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Holla b'ogn on June 19, 2010
Format: DVD
This was a truly disappointing, uncreative, and plain boring conclusion to a series that was growing in potential. The story arc that was growing in complexity was clumsily truncated due to what I assume was an impending cancellation. Rather than go out in a blaze of glory, they opted to give Stilson a "Road to Damascus" moment and end everything. I would call this a spoiler, but in fact, it spoils itself by doing this at the beginning of the season. The remainder of the season is reminscent of season 1, only more maddening because we've already developed characters.

I won't even say that this season offers closure to the storyline. Frankly, you don't need this season if you want to know where the story arc goes--it ends; abruptly, with leaps in character, and with little circumstance. It epitomizes anticlimax.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Tim Janson HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 22, 2008
Format: DVD
Evidently the cancellation of The Dead Zone came as a big surprise to the producers as the 6th season began with numerous changes. First, the show's production was moved from Vancouver to Montreal, Canada and Connor Price was brought into play son J.J., replacing Spencer Achtymichuk. In the first episode alone, Sheriff Walt Bannerman and bad guy aide to Vice President Stillson, Malcom Janus, are both killed. The series went out with a huge bang as season six had a number of fantastic episodes even though the series finale still left a few plots unresolved. Anthony Michael Hall turned in some of his strongest performances this season and Price was even better as the new J.J.

The last season begins with "Heritage". As Cleaves Mills readies for the town festival, Johnny gets a vision of Walt dying and vows to stick with him all day, actually preventing his death a few times but fate won't be stopped. Walt is killed in a fire at the church rescuing Rev. Purdy. Malcom Janus is also killed and with his death, Johnny's visions of apocalypse surrounding Stillson seem to end.

A new Sheriff, Anna Turner (Carla Buono) takes over in "Ego" and she and Johnny get off on the wrong foot right away. She has no use for a psychic and Johnny wants to know why she is investigating the late Walt Bannerman.

"Re-Entry" Is one of the highlights of Season Six. A private space mission, part of Stillson's "Go Space" program has suffered an accident. Unknown to the crew a wing flap is damaged and the ship will rip apart if it tries to land. It also carries a load of plutonium, which will cause a national disaster. Stillson is prepared to shoot the shuttle down unless Johnny can use his powers to send the astronauts a message so they can make repairs.
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